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Sunday January 29, 2012 10:02:53 AM, Agencies

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New Delhi: In yet another attempt to win the Muslim votes in the ensuing Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi blamed officers loyal to Sangh Parivar who have infiltrated into the system responsible for the shoddy state of the Muslims in India.


"There are people infiltrated into the system and also in the government who are loyal to the Sangh Paivar. They work against Muslims and deny them their rights as given in the constitution", media reports quoted Rahul Gandhi as saying while speaking to editors of the Urdu dailies on Friday in New Delhi.


Congress General Secretary who is said to be tirelessly working to improve Congress performance in the Uttar Pradesh elections scheduled in the month of February said, "It is a pity that such officers with communal mindset deny that innocent Muslims are lodged in jail. They also don't consider the Muslim youths who were charged in the 2006 Malegaon blast case and later released on bail as innocent."

"The communal forces play politics of fear and use the officers loyal to them to harass and exploit the Muslims", he said.


Declining to answer a direct question on Batla House encounter, the young Congress leader said, "The party is divided on the issue. But I am more concerned with the realities that actually result in such incidents."


Rahul Gandhi also said that Sangh was panicked after the involvement in terror attacks of people affiliated to it was exposed. "It is to distract the attention from this that they used Anna Hazare and his campaign against corruption", the Urdu dailies quoted Rahu Gandhi as saying.








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